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So if Joe Zilch or Murray Chass went around talking about cap sizes and bacne as being proof of juicing, that means that Murti's responsible for them. Yeah, that makes all kinds of sense
In the rest of life, we generally use "more-likely-than-not", or preponderance of evidence, like in civil trials.
Why do people on BBTF take a position that is contrary to their oft-demonstrated political beliefs and propogate a "guilty until proven innocent" mindset?
No matter how many times a suspicion becomes true, it doesn't make the next rumor accurate.
But Vida Blue, Jerry Martin, and Willie Aikens were suspended for a year (*) for attempted cocaine possession. That's flat-out reactionary.
What evidence that is credible exists to support the use of illegal PED's by Jeff Bagwell?
So if Steve Howe said they got it wrong on his 7th suspension in baseball, you took that at face value?
Howe checked himself into rehab in 1983 and admitted his drug and alcohol addiction problems. Too bad we were more concerned with either punishing him or condoning his illness by playing him if he could still throw 90.
I think freshdirect style drug delivery to Royals Stadium would cause MLB some concern.
I wish for his sake he had done so, but I am not going to blame baseball for Steve Howe's troubles.
Skip Bayless saying xxxxx did steroid with no evidence is an opinion
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